MTBC forms telehealth division, appoints Patel, Fatima, Loonan to leadership team

By Emily Bader
Somerset | Feb 20, 2020 at 11:32 am

MTBC Inc. has officially formed a telehealth division and appointed Shruti Patel to lead it.

The Somerset-based provider of cloud-based health care IT solutions and services said on Thursday it has appointed Pate to serve as the divsion’s president, Dr. Iram Fatima to serve as chief operation officer and Seth Loonan as chief revenue officer.

“Telehealth represents an exciting growth opportunity for MTBC,” MTBC CEO Stephen Snyder said. “Shruti and her team are proven leaders whose expertise will help position MTBC’s telehealth division for success as we continue to expand our portfolio.”

Patel joined MTBC in 2015 and formerly served as MTBC’s general counsel and corporate secretary.

“I’m honored and excited for the opportunity to build this division for MTBC and to help lead this important new chapter in our company’s growth,” Patel said. “In the weeks ahead, I look forward to sharing more information about our strategy and the exciting opportunity we see in telehealth.”

“Iram and Seth bring extensive experience in core areas critical to the positioning and growth of our telehealth business,” Patel said. “These appointments demonstrate our commitment to investing the talent and resources necessary to seize this important global market opportunity, which, according to Statista Analytics, represents a total addressable market of more than $35 billion.”

Emily Bader | ebader@roi-nj.com | @emilybader